Eco-Conscious Fabric

Our ultra premium signature fabric is sourced from Italy.

It is made from 78% of ECONYL® and 22% of elastane. ECONYL® is a 100% recycled yarn made from pre and post-consumer nylon waste, such as discarded fishing nets.

For every 10,000 tons of ECONYL® raw material produced, it is estimated that 70,000 barrels of crude oil are saved.

Beyond its sustainable attributes, ECONYL® provides high-quality, durable swimsuits with excellent UV protection (UPF 50+), ensuring long-lasting wear (infinite recyclability) and reducing the need for replacements, contributing to environmental preservation.

Bay of Fire garments also offer 2 to 3 layers of fabric (2 for the bottoms and 3 for the tops and one pieces). The lining material is the same as our strong, regenerated Italian outer fabric. This guarantees excellent comfort, unbeatable support, a sculpted silhouette, and, most importantly, it provides superior durability compared to mainstream swimsuits.

Ethical Manufacturing

Before launching Bay of Fire, we met with our manufacturer in Bali to ensure that their working conditions and environmental practices were in line with our brand values and principles.

Empowering women and being ethically made was something that was close to our heart. So we couldn't be more proud to work with a manufacturing partner not only owned and run by a female team, but also who adheres to the Ethical Trading Initiative Base Code.

Most employees have been with the factory for over 10 years and all of them are paid a base living wage which is 100% up to standard.

In addition, they are paid per piece they saw, given a daily food allowance and paid overtime for any work completed past 5pm.

Plastic Free Packaging

Your swimwear selection will arrive at your place in a premium and sturdy paper mailer envelope.

All our garments are also carefully wrapped with silk paper to ensure their protection as they travel to you. Any other collaterals such as hangtags or thank you cards are made of recycled paper.

Bay of Fire is committed to not using plastic in their packaging nor for their merchandising materials.